Meet the 2023 Scholars
I interned with the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA), specifically as a Marketing Intern with their Marketing and Communications Team. Read more.
John M. D’Ambrosio
I was the financial intern for Heelstone Renewable Energy in Chapel Hill. Read more.
This summer, I was a Water Quality Intern with Sound Rivers, a non-profit organization protecting the Neuse and Tar-Pamlico rivers. Read more.
My internship was with Strata Clean Energy, a vertically integrated, utility-scale solar company based in Durham, NC. Read more.
Annabel Margaret Grocott
I served as a Marketing and Business Development Intern for SeaAhead. Read more.
This summer I was an intern at Greensboro Science Center in their research and conservation department on a multi-year, multi-site wetland mitigation project. Read more.
I had two internships, one with the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS) and one with NC State’s Agroecology Education Farm. Read more.
I was a project development intern on the Southeast Transmission team at Cypress Creek Renewables. Read more.
I was a summer intern for Carolinas Clean Energy Business Association (CCEBA). I got to do a variety of research projects at CCEBA. Read more.
I interned with Strata Clean Energy, a clean energy company founded in Chapel Hill and based in Durham, as a finance intern. Read more.
During my internship at the Greensboro Science Center, I gained a lot of hands-on experience by going out to the field to bait and trap small mammals to doing lab works such as water quality control. Read more.
I worked with Sound Rivers as a Water Quality Intern for the Upper Neuse Region. Read more.
While working as a communications intern at NCSEA, I took part in assisting with general communication efforts as well as policy-focused communications. Read more.
I was an intern within the Supply Chain department and led various automation efforts to increase their efficiency, while also helping the team with day to day vendor communications and qualification efforts. Read more.
At Carolina Solar Services, I was a communications intern. I identified communications opportunities through a communications audit. Read more.
Birdseye gives their interns the rewarding experience of a diverse internship. I worked most of my time with the business development team: filling out RFPs and discussing how solar projects can be financed and developed. Read more.
At Sound Rivers, I primarily worked on two things—Swim Guide and a research project focused on biogas usage in North Carolina. Read more.
I’m working in business development at Birdseye Renewables as their “Solar Market Analyst Intern.” Read more.
I conduct research for Southerly’s Gulf Coast correspondent, manage all social media accounts, create marketing deliverables, and compile information for internal assignments. Read more.
I’m helping with the Heelstone Renewables development team. The primary focus of this team to is develop new solar projects in various states. Read more.
I am currently working with Don’t Waste Durham as the Research Utilization Intern. A lot of my work this summer has focused on research regarding the safety of reusables during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more.
This summer at Sound Rivers, I am one of three Swim Guide interns. The Swim Guide program is an effort spanning the Neuse and Tar-Pamlico River Basins in North Carolina where the basin Riverkeepers, interns, and volunteers monitor water quality at various recreational sites, focusing on E. coli bacteria levels. Read more.
At the Environmental Defense Fund, I am creating a database of governance structures existent across the U.S. to be utilized as a tool for finding applicable frameworks for landscape conservation in Eastern North Carolina. Read more.
The main project that I’ve been working on at Solar Operations Solutions has been writing the code for two websites, the first one being the updated company website and the second one being a product page for a new piece of solar technology that the company has been developing. Read more.